Works in Progress If I dig someone’s solo creation, I’m all in, gobbling up whatever they churn out, eagerly awaiting the next fix. Likewise, I’m thrilled to quench anyone’s thirst for curiosity, hoping just one person tracking my creations feels the same elation I do. So, here is a quick teaser about my current projects. In Post-Production Entrecôte is a short observational documentary set in northeastern Turkey, capturing the initial hours of Eid-al-Adha, also known as the Feast of Sacrifice, during which Muslims slaughter animals like cows or sheep to consume and share them with those in need. I handled the filming and conducted the rough editing, yet I found myself uncertain about finalizing and releasing it. Perhaps it requires a bit more marination in its current state; let’s wait and see what time reveals. In Development Taking cues from British painter William Hogarth‘s six-part series Marriage A-La-Mode which vividly illustrates the downfall of a money-driven, socially-influenced marriage, this upcoming film serves as a sequel within the same cinematic universe as my debut A Hero of Our Time (2023). But this time, I shifted my focus from the northeastern corner of Turkey to the sun-drenched southwest shores. Picture a gentle trip to the Lycian Way. Characters persist, stories intertwine, and the screenplay is still a work in progress.